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Curriculum Trends and Issues: Readings in Curriculum Studies to Coincide with Slide Presentations, 2nd Edition (Robert Morris) - eBook

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Curriculum Trends and Issues: Readings in Curriculum Studies to Coincide with Slide Presentations, 2nd Edition (Robert Morris) - eBook

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Author: Robert Morris

 

About The Author

Robert C. Morris is a professor of curriculum studies at the University of West Georgia. He holds a Ph.D. in Secondary Education, specializing in curriculum and instruction, and school administration from Indiana State University. Prior to his appointment at the University of West Georgia, Dr. Morris was Dean of the School of Education at the University of Indianapolis. Other positions include Department Chair and Professor of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology at Georgia Southern University and professorships at the University of South Carolina, Northern Illinois University and Auburn University. His public school teaching was in Roanoke, VA. at both the middle grades and secondary levels. His research has been involved with innovative instructional programs, curriculum designs, as well as computer technology. He is interested in creating learning materials, multicultural education, learning goals, classroom evaluations, and accountable teaching. His two hundred plus publications include the areas of students at-risk; violence in schools; self-esteem and the effects of low-esteem on academic success.

About The Book

Curriculum Trends and Issues: Readings in Curriculum Studies to Coincide with Slide Presentations, 2nd Edition deals with the identification, assessment and tactics available to educators as they develop and articulate curriculums. The works contained within this volume are meant to be guides or tools for practitioners in the field. This text can be of assistance for K-12 teachers, media specialists, counselors and especially administrators who are all struggling with curriculum coordination.

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